Vintage Skis (above): This couple — both avid skiers — asked guests to sign their names on a pair of vintage wooden skis that they later hung in their home after the wedding.
Photo: [Caroline Frost](http://carolinefrostphotography.com/)
Snowboard: Or, if snowboarding is your winter sport, display a snowboard at the entrance for guests to sign instead of a traditional guest book.
Photo: [Chelsea Nicole Photography](http://chelseanicole.com/)
Cut Logs: For a more rustic touch, display several cut log slabs for guest to sign their names and well wishes.
Photo: [Avalanche Photography](http://avalanchephotography.com/)
Quilt (Pre-Made): At this wedding, guests wrote advice and sweet messages on a large quilt sewn by one of the bridesmaids for the bride and groom to use during their first winter together as a married couple.
Photo: [Jaclyn Schmitz Photography](http://jaclynschmitz.com/)
Quilt (Swatches): Another idea is to have guests sign pre-cut fabric swatches, which can be sewn into a quilt after the wedding.
Poster: Invite guests to sign a large poster depicting a frosty winter scene; then, you can frame and hang in your living room after the wedding.